ShopRite launches coupon program from Coupons.com
Keasbey, N.J. Wakefern Food Corp., the merchandising and distribution arm of ShopRite Supermarkets, said it has launched a Coupons.com “Save to Card” coupon gallery on the ShopRite website that lets shoppers add money-saving coupons directly to their ShopRite Price Plus Club card.
After registering their club card information, shoppers select the coupons they want and when their Price Plus Club card is entered or swiped at checkout, coupons are automatically deducted from the total with no need for clipping or scanning printed coupons.
The new Save to Card gallery complements ShopRite’s current collection of online printable coupons (also powered by Coupons.com), which it has offered since 2008, and gives shoppers the flexibility to save with coupons in their preferred way.
ShopRite Supermarkets operates more than 220 stores in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland.
Piperlime named newest retail sponsor of ‘Project Runway’
SAN FRANCISCO Gap Inc. announced that its subsidiary Piperlime is the newest retail sponsor of Lifetime’s Project Runway for season 8.
“Project Runway captures the heart of fashion lovers everywhere. We cheer on the contestants, watch the celebrity judges and are inspired by the styles,” said Jennifer Gosselin, general manager of Piperlime. “Piperlime is excited to be part of this celebration of creativity.”
Gap Inc. said that Piperlime’s sponsorship of the show includes a redesign of the series’ “Accessories Wall” and the availability of items featured on the show at piperlime.com.
The new season of Project Runway debuts on Thursday, July 29th at 9pm ET/PT on Lifetime.
Adler to debut new collection on HSN
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. HSN has announced the exclusive on-air debut of Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler on Oct. 12. The acclaimed New York- based interior designer Jonathan Adler will launch his new collection of home decor and accessories during HSN’s Home Design Event, an annual showcase of the newest fall collections from the network’s growing roster of talented and recognizable home designers, according to the company.
“As with all my designs, Happy Chic is a versatile collection meant to be mixed and matched,” said Jonathan Adler. “In partnering with HSN, we have created a unique series of stylishly affordable pieces that I believe will resonate with both new customers and those already familiar with my design aesthetic. There is no place chicer than HSN!”
Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler will include a range of products for every consumer’s home decor needs from bath, kitchen, tabletop, seating and lighting, the company reported.
“We are thrilled to offer our customers access to Jonathan’s exclusive collection. This collection highlights HSN’s unique ability to consistently bring coveted designers to our Home category,” said Nancy Caplan, SVP merchandising for HSN. “In working with one of today’s top names in interior design, I am confident this collection will appeal to HSN’s consumers and Adler devotees alike.”